More flights to Tyrol in winter: Austrian Airlines is extending flight services between BER and Innsbruck in the upcoming winter flight schedule. From 23 December 2023 up to and including 9 March 2024, the route will be flown twice weekly with an Airbus A320. The direct connection will then be on the flight schedule every Wednesday and Saturday. The flight time from BER to Innsbruck’s Kranebitten Airport is one hour and 25 minutes. The outbound flight departs BER from Terminal 1 on Wednesdays at 1:30 pm and lands in the Tyrolean capital at 2:55 pm. The second weekly flight on Saturday takes off from BER at 12:10 pm and arrives in Innsbruck at 1:35 pm.
Compared to last winter’s flight schedule, the airline will fly to Innsbruck over a longer period of time and with additional flights each week in the coming season. Austrian Airlines also offers direct flights from BER to Vienna several times a day.
Situated against an impressive mountain backdrop, Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol, is an ideal base for winter sports. Alpine highlights such as the Karwendel Mountains and the Tux Alps are within reach from the “Capital of the Alps”. There are a total of 13 ski resorts in the region around Innsbruck, including Axamer Lizum, known as the “Weißes Dachl” (white roof), Rangger Köpfl, which is popular with families, and the 3,210-metre-high Stubai Glacier. The local Seegrube ski resort is only 20 minutes away from the city centre. There is a wide variety of slopes with varying degrees of difficulty. For those who want a bit of variety, it’s worth buying the “Ski plus City Pass Stubai Innsbruck”, which is valid in all 13 ski resorts and also at various swimming pools, museums, ski buses and Innsbruck sights. Innsbruck itself enchants visitors with its pretty old town atmosphere, narrow streets and baroque churches.
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